4 Tasting Notes
This fruity green tea blend is sweet without being sickeningly so, which is nice. Since the green tea component is a sencha, I would recommend brewing it at a gentler temperature to keep it from becoming bitter since the pomegranate flavor already adds a light sourness. It’s not my personal favorite, but it’s quite pleasant and might be better for someone who is just getting into green tea.
Flavors: Pleasantly Sour, Rose
This is my favorite tea to brew for people who say they don’t like green teas. Why? Because this tea is /smooth/. It has a grassy flavor, but it doesn’t come off as bitter and is accompanied by a light nuttiness. The leaves are quite intact and look lovely as they steep, so it’s also a visually pleasing tea to brew in a glass teapot.
Flavors: Grass, Nutty
This is such a lifesaver! As a frequent tea drinker, I’ve ended up staining many cups/pots/etc., and no cleaning method I had tried had been getting rid of the stains until I gave this a try. It has gotten out every tea stain I have thrown at it, and since a little goes a long way, I won’t need to replace it for a while. I can’t recommend this highly enough to the avid tea drinker.
I don’t consider myself much of a fan of “dessert” teas, but this is a tea that can easily fool you into feeling like you’re drinking something much more indulgent. The sweet notes of caramel and coconut are not cloying or overpowering, and as they wear off in later infusions, they leave behind a pleasant floral scent. The leaves are /huge/ and quite intact, so leave a little room in whatever you use to brew it! This is a great tea for the uninitiated and one of my personal favorites from Mandala Tea.
Flavors: Caramel, Coconut, Floral, Milk